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Church, Nation and State in Russia and Ukraine : Studies in Russia and East Europe - Geoffrey Hosking

Church, Nation and State in Russia and Ukraine

Studies in Russia and East Europe

By: Geoffrey Hosking (Editor)

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Published: 23rd September 1991
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The papers published here are the product of a conference organised in July 1988 by Keston College and the School of Slavonic and East European studies of the University of London. The conference marked the millennium of Christanity in Russia, but it was held not just because of the date. The authors both felt that the time was ripe to try to begin correcting an imbalance which seemed to have crept into the Western (and even more Soviet) writing of Russian history, this is an increasing neglect of the role of religion. This neglect derives partly from the anti-religious bias of the revolutionary movement and the Soviet state, and Western scholars have often taken it on unthinkingly from their Soviet colleagues, especially as they too live in what are now largely secularised societies (though this background has not prevented historians of Britain, Germany or the USA from being sensitive to the importance of religion in the evolution of the their nations).

Acknowledgements - Preface - Notes on Contributors - The Formation of Modern Ukrainian Religious Culture: the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; F.E.Sysyn - The Spirituality of the Vyg Fathers; R.O.Crummey - The Authority of Holiness: Women Ascetics and Spiritual Elders in nineteenth-century Russia; B.Meehan-Waters - The Greek Catholic Church in nineteenth-century Galicia; J-P.Himka - Printing the Bible in the Reign of Alexander I: Towards a Reinterpretation of the Imperial Russian Bible Society; S.K.Batalden - Christianity, the Service Ethic and Decembrist Thought; F.A.Walker - The Role of the Orthodox Missionary in the Altai: Archimandrite Makarii and V.I.Verbitskii; D.N.Collins - Theological Liberalism and Church Reform in Imperial Russia; P.Valliere - Alexander Kireev and Theological Controversy in the Russian Orthodox Church, 1890-1910; J.D.Basil - Leo Tolstoy, a Church Critic influenced by Orthodox thought; P.Kolsto - The Church's Social Role in St Petersburg, 1880-1914; S.Dixon - The Church Schools and Seminaries in the Russian Revolution of 1905-6; J.D.Morrison - The Political Philosophy of the Russian Orthodox Episcopate in the Soviet period; M.A.Meerson - The Rise of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church, 1919-22; B.R.Bociurkiw - The Renovationist Coup: Personalities and Programmes; P.Walters - The Survival of the Russian Orthodox Church in her Millennial Century: Faith as martyria in an Atheistic State; D.Pospielovsky - Are the Furov reports authentic?; R.Oppnheim - Orthodoxy and Russian Nationalism in the USSR, 1917-88; P.J.S.Duncan - Religious Currents in Contemporary Soviet Literature and Film; J.B.Dunlop

ISBN: 9780333524459
ISBN-10: 0333524454
Series: Studies in Russia and East Europe
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 357
Published: 23rd September 1991
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.79  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.63
Edition Number: 1